With the last few months filled with endless music festivals around New England and a familiar coolness starting to drift into the air, it is hard to say goodbye to an amazing summer season. However, instead of traveling to Burlington, Vermont for a hint of fall foliage, take a trip to the Grand Point Music Festival thought up by multi-instrumentalist Grace Potter. She is the lead singer of the Vermont rock band, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and they will join several artists for a weekend jam session on Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 15. Visit www.grandpointnorth.com for complete details!
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals released their latest CD last year called, ‘The Lion The Beast The Beat' and performed this summer at Tanglewood.
The Grand Point Music Festival is a weekend event for the entire family and children under 12 attend for free! Taking place at Burlington’s Waterfront Park on Lake Champlain, The Grand Point Music Festival will feature performances by southern rock band Gov’t Mule, Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires, the Felice Brothers, City and Colour, Shovels and Rope, and Trombone Shorty and the Orleans Avenue just to name a few. There will even be an after party at Higher Ground.
Not only feature a wide range of bands at the festival, but Grace Potter’s sister Charlotte, will proudly display unique art and video installations at the festival. Two of the artists feature is Brooklyn’s Brett Windham and Virginia-based artist, Robin Roberts. Click here for more on their intriguing artwork.
Tickets are available at www.grandpointnorth.com, by phone at 888-512-7469, or at the Higher Ground Box Office, 1214 Williston Road in South Burlington, Vermont. Soak in the sun and the sounds at the Grand Point Music Festival this weekend!